Options that offer a fixed payout based on a simple yes/no proposition.
What are binary options
Understand the simple idea behind binary options and their advantages over other financial instruments.
Types of trades
Learn about the types of trades that can help you execute your trading strategy on rising, falling, and even sideways markets.
Range of markets
Trade binary options on a wide range of underlying markets with limited risk.
Check out some technical terms before you start.
Trade CFDs on forex, stocks, stock indices, commodities, Synthetic Indices, and cryptocurrencies on MetaTrader 5 – a multi-asset platform that offers outstanding trading possibilities and technical analysis tools.
The Foreign Exchange Market (forex) is the world's largest and most liquid market – where anyone can buy, sell, and exchange currencies.
How to trade forex
Learn how to read currency pairs, when to go long or short, and how to buy your first currency pair.
Forex margin policy
Not sure how margin works? Read our margin policy and learn how to calculate the margin for our currency pairs.
Cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum are decentralised digital assets that enable instant payments to anywhere in the world.
How to trade cryptocurrencies
Trade popular cryptocurrencies on our MT5 platform with leverage and variable spreads. No wallets are required to start trading.
Cryptocurrency margin policy
Not sure how margin works? Read our margin policy and learn how to calculate the margin for our cryptocurrency pairs.
Contracts for difference (CFDs) are financial derivatives that allow you to trade on the movement of underlying assets without owning them.
What is CFD trading
Read our simple introduction to this popular derivative instrument to find out what you can trade with CFDs and their advantages.
How to trade CFDs
Plan to start trading CFDs? Learn when to buy and sell, how to calculate your profits and losses, and how to close a position.
CFD margin policy
Not sure how margin works? Read our margin policy and learn how to calculate the margin for our CFDs.
What are lookbacks
A lookback contract has a payout that depends on the optimum high or low achieved by the market. The option allows the holder to "look back" over time to determine the payout.
Types of lookbacks
We offer three types of lookbacks:
Win the multiplier times the high minus close.
Win the multiplier times the close minus low.
Win the multiplier times the high minus low.
For example, let's say the market has a low of 5,200 and a close of 6,000 over the contract duration, then a "Close-Low" lookback with a multiplier of $2 would have a payout of:
2 * (6,000 – 5,200) = $1600
Lookbacks options are currently only available for Synthetic Indices.
Return to player (RTP) % for lookbacks for a multiplier of 1 and 1m duration is around 87% on average.